I understand that we're long past the point where just being qualified for the job matters when it comes to being seated on the Supreme Court, but does Harry Reid have to be such a tool and make it so obvious:
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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Friday that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts did not "tell us the truth" during his 2005 confirmation hearings, suggesting Roberts misled senators into believing he was more moderate than he really was.
According to Politico.com, Reid complained about Roberts during a discussion hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.
"Roberts didn't tell us the truth. At least (Samuel) Alito told us who he was," Reid said, according to the article.
"But we're stuck with those two young men, and we'll try to change by having some moderates in the federal courts system as time goes on -- I think that will happen."
According to Politico.com, while Reid said Democrats will try to bring more moderates to the bench, he said they will not try to block Republicans' ability to filibuster nominees.